The Military & Home Schooling Jessica Jones of member station WUNC in Chapel Hill, N.C., reports that more and more military families are turning to home schooling in order to give their kids educational stability as they move from one assignment to another. A network of support groups on most bases offers a place for home-schooled children to meet and get assistance with their unique problems, such as social isolation.
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Jessica Jones of member station WUNC in Chapel Hill, N.C., reports that more and more military families are turning to home schooling in order to give their kids educational stability as they move from one assignment to another. A network of support groups on most bases offers a place for home-schooled children to meet and get assistance with their unique problems, such as social isolation.